Hopes, Dreams, and Nightmares
On March 12th from 12-1 pm, the WHRI and its research partners are hosting a FREE Mentorship & Networking event called “Hopes, Dreams, and Nightmares.” This “speed dating” style event will include two break-out sessions with mentors covering the select topics: Research pathways for clinician-scientists Interesting Journeys – non-Traditional paths to Research Careers Health research […]
Join the Collective for Gender+ Research at the next talk in their Unexpected Gender Series!
The Collective for Gender+1 in Research was started in 2019 with the intention of providing a learning space for both emerging and established scholars, and community-based researchers, to ground their work in gender+ considerations. Engaging with various definitions of ‘gender+’, the Collective broadly understands our work as promoting a community for rich dialogue in which […]
Register Now! Patient-Oriented Research Workshop
Are you interested or engaged in Patient-Oriented Research?
We are thrilled to announce that WHRI Members are invited to register for our first “Practical Patient-Oriented Research” workshop, co-facilitated by Lynne Feehan, PhD, Knowledge Translation Lead and Larry Mroz, PhD, Research Services Lead at the BC SUPPORT Unit. They work together supporting researchers to build their knowledge, skills, and confidence in engaging patients as partners in patient-oriented research.
Register now for the 5th Annual Women’s Health Research Symposium
The 2020 WHRI Symposium is focusing on the exciting arena of digital health.
Join us on March 4th and discover how digital technologies and digitization of information are changing health care world-wide and enabling ground-breaking research.
BC Women’s Hospital Research Rounds
HIV Made Me Fabulous: Film Screening DATE: Friday February 21, 2020 / 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM. Doors open at 7:45 AM. VENUE: BC Women’s Hospital. SHY BLDG Room D308. 4500 Oak St. Vancouver, Canada. FREE EVENT. REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED. Please note that by attending this film screening, you will be participating in research. We wish […]